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Stony Creek is a private residential and sporting community set on a storied 1,300-acre property protected by a conservation easement. Our exclusive community includes just 20 homesites, each spanning 5 to 17 private acres. This is a place of majestic live oaks, pinewoods, and marshland, teeming with quail, turkey, and whitetail. An outdoorsman’s unspoiled paradise just 25 minutes from historic downtown Beaufort and only an hour from both Charleston and Savannah.

Stony Creek is a serene escape that feels a world away, and yet is perfectly positioned to access the best of the Lowcountry. Welcome home to Stony Creek at Bindon Plantation.

An arial view of Stony Creek
Stony Creek with a sunset in on the horizon
An oak tree
A boat traveling down Stony Creek

A Lowcountry Treasure

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The Land

Our setting is what makes us special. Secluded from society and brimming with wildlife, our corner of the South Carolina coast encompasses pristine upland pine forest and lush salt marshland. Here, an unspoiled landscape beckons from your front door as well as your back, ensuring both blissful privacy and proximity to unmatched sporting opportunities. We are proud stewards of this natural paradise, protected by a conservation easement managed by the Beaufort County Open Land Trust.

Two Distinct Experiences

A gravel road between oak trees.

The North Side

Centuries old live oaks draped in Spanish moss line the banks of the Pocotaligo and Stony Creek. Boasting dramatic marsh and waterfront views, with lot sizes range from 5 to 9 sprawling acres. Centered around a modern Lowcountry lodge, the community's central gathering place, where your quail hunts will begin and stories will be told, the North Side is rife with communal experiences and amenities.

Stony Creek with a sunset on the horizon

The South Side

An ecological gem, the South Side features a limited collection of expansive waterfront, estate lots ranging in size from 7 to 17 acres. Amid this verdant landscape, owners can relish sweeping views of the marshlands and Pocotaligo River, as well as access to more than 500 acres of pristine quail woods, walking trails, a fishing pond, and more.

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